Plans under way to return grabbed land to owners in Taninthayi

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The Central Committee for Land Use Management is taking measures to press departments and organizations to give back grabbed land plots remaining idle and hand over them to original landlords, Vice President U Nyan Tun told a meeting in Dawei on 11 December.
He urged the committee to tighten its supervision and avoid unnecessary delay in returning the plots the right owners, citing the support and cooperation of locals as success.
Efforts are to be made to ensure a free flow of information and win public trust in the committee’s undertakings, he said.
Taninthayi Region Chief Minister U Myat Ko and Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Brig-Gen Kyaw Zan Myint briefed the vice president on
how the local committee is dealing with land
ownership complaints as well as on the laws, rules and regulations on land use.
After the meeting, Vice President U Nyan Tun went to a Myanmar-Thailand border trade camp in Htikhi, where he heard briefings and gave instructions.
In the evening, the vice president went on inspection tours of Kyunsu town and Kattalu village in and oversaw regional development tasks.–MNA

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